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UK National Curriculum

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UK National Curriculum
ICT: Key Processes
These are essential processes in ICT that pupils need to learn to make progress.
Key words
Software applications:

-Multimedia
-Desktop publishing
-Image manipulation
-Sound manipulation
-Word processing
-Graphics and web browsers.
Information and Communications Technology
Since September 2012, schools are free to develop their own curriculums for ICT that best meet the needs of their pupils, in preparation for the new national curriculum from September 2014.
ICT: Key Stage 3
ICT: Programme of Study
Importance:
KEY CONCEPTS

CONTENT
Attainment Target
ICT
Understanding the use of these skills
- Purposefully
- Safely For learning
- Responsibly

ICT helps with
Participation and engagement in modern society
ICT can be used to
Find, develop, analyse and present
ICT are also used to
Model situations



Solve problems
Use of technical skills
Information
*Access to other cultures, collaborative work, understanding of many implications and encourage independent work.
ICT: Key Concepts
Capability
*Use of ICT tools to solve problems.
*Explore new ICT tools.
*Apply ICT learning in context
Communication and Collaboration
*Communicate, collaborate and share ideas on a global scale.

Exploring Ideas and Manipulating Information
*Solve problems.
*Use ICT to allow people to identify patterns and hypothesis by modeling scenarios.
*Process large data efficiently.


Impact of Technology
*Exploring how ICT changes our lives.

Critical Evaluation
*Information must be analysed and evaluated.
*Reflect critically on what is produced using ICT.
Finding Information
*Select appropriate sources.

*Analyse and evaluate information.

Developing Ideas
*Select and use ICT tools and techniques efficiently.

*Design and suggest improvements to existing systems.

*Include the combination of text, sound and image.
Communicating information
*Use ICT tools to present information.
*Communicate and exchange information.
*Use technical terms appropriately and correctly.
Evaluating
*Review, modify and evaluate work. Use feedback.
*Reflect on the use of ICT.
*Reflect on how they are going to use them in the future.
The study of ICT should include:
ICT: RANGE AND CONTENT
Use of a variety of information sources with different characteristics, structures and purposes.
Use and review of the effectiveness on different ICT tools, including a range of software applications.
Safe working practices:

-Adjusting seating and lighting
-Avoiding hazards
-Taking breaks.
Keep information secure:
- Keeping copies safe
-Backing up work and protecting password
.

Organisation, storage and access:
- Using appropriate file names
-Classifying folders in a meaningful way
-Using password protection and using back-up files.
The curriculum should provide opportunities for pupils to:

- Make choices about when and where it is appropriate to exploit technology to support them.
-Work creatively and collaboratively.
-Be independent.
-Apply ICT to real situations.
-Share their views and experiences of ICT.
-Use ICT in other subject of learning that are relevant and interesting to them
Attainment target level descriptions:

A consolidated set of the level descriptions which should be used are set out below. These are drawn from the primary curriculum handbook(1999) for levels 1 to 3, and from secondary curriculum handbook (2007) for levels 4 to 8.
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/210969/NC_framework_document_-_FINAL.pdf
For more information visit:
http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/secondary/b00199065/ict
Capability

Communication and technology

Exploring Ideas

Critical Evaluation
Better learning
Impact on
individuals
Wide variety of contexts
User needs
-Make choices to when use technology

-Be independent

-Working together
For students
When students pass a course, they are able to acquiring more skills using technologies

It deals with the use of new technologies in the teaching-learning process in education.
The purpose of ICT in education is generally to familiarise students with the use of computers.



What is ICT?
(Information and Communication Technology)

It deals with the use of new technologies in the teaching-learning process in education.
The purpose of ICT in education is generally to familiarise students with the use of computers.

Why should I use ICT in my English class?

It is a useful tool for the teacher:
- a tremendous amount of available documents which can be used in the class
(videos, broadcasts, recordings, texts, images, worksheets).
- It allows to bring authentic language and material to the students.


It is a helpful tool for the students:
- a source of information (for personal research)
- a support for presentations in the class (Power Point)

Using ICT can be counter-productive if the teacher is not trained to use it effectively.
If pupils don’t know how to use it and can’t fold information according to their needs.
If it leads to a focus on the form and not on the content.

Why should I use ICT in my English class?

Reasons why I should not use ICT in the class
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